Monday, December 26, 2016

TEEN VOGUE WRITER Cheers Abuse of Ivanka Trump and Her Children – Tweets PEOTUS Trump to “Eat Sh*t”

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She ought to have a long prosperous career in the liberal media… Maybe she’ll run for office some day as a Democrat?

Teen Vogue writer Lauren Duca cheered the awful thugs who abused Ivanka Trump and her children this week on an airplane.

Duca tweeted out her support for the verbal assault of a young woman and her children.

German Politician Stopped Police from sharing Berlin Jihadi's Photo because He was scared of Facebook Comments

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A German politician is facing calls to resign over allegations that he prevented police from sharing pictures of the Berlin truck terrorist when he was at large.

Reports in Germany claim that Till Steffen prevented law enforcers in Hamburg from releasing pictures of Anis Amri, despite him being the most wanted man in the world after Monday’s terror attack.

Amri, 24, was named as a suspect on Wednesday after his wallet was found in the lorry which ploughed into a crowd of people at a Berlin Christmas market, killing 12 people.

Till Steffen has been criticised in Germany amid claims he prevented police from sharing images of terror suspect Anis Amri when he was at large

It has been alleged that Steffen, who is head of the judicial authority in Hamburg, prevented the pictures being circulated because he feared sharing images of Islamist terror suspects will incite racial hatred.

Newspaper Bild reported that police were able to give a description of the killer, but not show the public what he looked like because of privacy concerns.

Insiders claim he was worried the pictures of terror suspects incite racial hatred.

Joachim Lenders, chairman of Hamburg’s regional police force, is quoted by Bild stating: ‘It is incomprehensible that investigating authorities are thrown such truncheons.’

Trump nixes pet projects of liberal and conservative elites: Climate Change and Entitlement Reform

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The election of Trump has put the kibosh on two projects long pursued by American elites. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

It's been a tough year for political elites, here and around the world, what with the passage of Brexit in June in Britain, the repudiation of Colombia's Nobel Peace Prize recipient in the October FARC referendum and of America's Nobel Peace Prize recipient in the November presidential election.

Not all the consequences are clear. But one thing seems true: the election of President-elect Trump has put the kibosh on two projects long pursued by American elites, the entitlement reform sought by conservative elites and the measures to address climate change sought by liberal elites.

Neither problem is pressing right now. But elites believe that America is headed to disaster — fiscal ruin, flooded plains — if current policies remain in place. These elites believe they have a responsibility to look far ahead and prevent disasters that they, unlike most ordinary people, foresee.

DEAR PATRIOTS: Should Trump SHUT DOWN Mosques And JAIL Clerics Calling For JIHAD?

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Dilemma: if a religion IS expressly political and those politics conflict with the laws of the land, what next?

Separation of powers between Church and State is a WESTERN concept. It’s an idea that sprang directly from ‘Christendom’… even the Bible itself. (See Romans 13, among others.)

Ask any Muslim… even a moderate one… whether there should be a separation of Mosque and State, and the idea will seem strange to him. Their religion has no distinction between religious (moral) authority and Civic (and legal) authority.

That puts us in an awkward position. If POLITICAL Islam (including Sharia law) conflicts with the laws of America? What then?

Because their religion explicitly says that the authority of the Koran supersedes any moral or legal authority a nation might have. Allegiance of a Muslim is owed to the Koran alone.

That’s different than, say, the Christian expression of this dynamic.

Christians are subject to the MORAL authority of the Bible but to the LEGAL authority of the land in which they live. If preaching is forbidden, they still preach. But they accept the legal consequences — imprisonment and worse — if the government punishes them for doing so.

Gingrich: Trump will abolish most Obama executive orders within days

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FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2016 file photo, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich introduces Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a campaign rally in Ft. Myers, Fla. In November, Gingrich, a close adviser to Trump, urged the next administration to embrace for-profit schools in its education plan. "They have an opportunity to try to create a movement, to create 8.5 million new jobs, which gets precisely at what Donald Trump has been campaigning on," he said. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)

Former House speaker Newt Gingrich predicted Sunday that President-elect Donald Trump will devastate President Obama’s legacy by immediately rescinding up to 70 percent of the Democrat’s executive orders.

“I think in the opening couple days, he’s going to repeal 60 to 70 percent of Obama’s legacy by simply vetoing out all of the various executive orders that Obama used because he couldn’t get anything through Congress,” Mr. Gingrich said on the Fox Business’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

Shortly after the election, Mr. Obama advised Mr. Trump to enact his agenda via Congress, saying that “going through the legislative process is always better because in part it’s harder to undo.”

That’s a lesson Mr. Obama may learn the hard way, Mr. Gingrich said.

“I think President Obama is beginning to figure out that his legacy is like one of those dolls that as the air comes out of it, it shrinks and shrinks and shrinks,” Mr. Gingrich said on “Fox News Sunday.”

Eagles’ Joe Walsh: Trump’s ‘Ruthless’ Twitter Account Has Celebrities Running ‘Scared’

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Celebrities, businesses and singers fear Republican President-elect Donald Trump’s Twitter fury, asserting that Trump has the ability to send stocks tumbling at a moment’s notice, according to a Friday report from TMZ.

Former Eagles singer Joe Walsh gave TMZ a sneak peek into the world of celebrity fear of Trump in a Friday interview. “The president is ruthless on Twitter,” Walsh said during the interview. “Everybody’s afraid to get Twittered, you know? Stocks go up and down, that’s why.

 Everybody’s scared.”

“There’s a lot of fear out there, isn’t there? That’s the problem with America. I think artists should stay out of politics right now, wait and see what happens, then write songs,” Walsh concluded.

Fake News: WaPo Says Berlin Terrorist ‘Sought Better Life In Europe’

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Anis Amri was the 24 year old terrorist who murdered 12 people and injured 56 (including women and children) in Berlin after he drove a truck into a Christmas market. The Washington Post jumped to his defense saying he was seeking a better life in Europe after leaving his impoverished Tunisian hometown.

The Washington Post did recognize the many crimes Anis committed leading up to the terrorist attack yet continued to make excuses for him.